The president used his daughter's wedding to issue a warning to homosexual activists.
An analysis of Zimbabwe's former parliament shows that participation in both former houses was poor with 25% of MPs not uttering a word at all.
The Zimbabwe government's decision to ban the private import of grain is being criticised.
The government plans to issue 25 radio licences for major cities and towns in the next two months but there are fears that airwaves will not be free.
Zanu-PF's secretary for administration denies that the diplomat would face persecution if she returned.
The July 31 polls are said to have left Zimbabwe more polarised than it was during the years of the inclusive government.
That all roads lead to Chinhoyi, the venue for Zanu-PF's 14th People's Conference, is made obvious in the capital, Harare.
The minister of information has initiated a purge at the Zimbabwe broadcaster but staff say he must also stop it from acting as a Zanu-PF mouthpiece.
Independent surveys have revealed partisan distribution of food relief in Zimbabwe, where more than 2.2-million people are urgently in need of food.
There is hope for 89 inmates on death row after nongovernmental organisations increased pressure on the government to abolish the death penalty.